Delicious dishes await in Greensboro
A beautifully restored 19th-Century Antebellum style home surrounded by a two-acre pecan orchard, Goodwin Manor is the perfect setting for a foodie-lovers vacation. It’s also a bed and breakfast and only two blocks from Downtown Greensboro, so you’re never far from your next great meal.
Goodwin Manor dates back to 1908.
After a delicious breakfast at Goodwin Manor, it’s off to Ripe Thing Market where fresh local produce is always in season. There are all sorts of jams and treats to try but don’t snack too much because soon you’ll be heading to Holcomb’s Bar-B-Que – a true local favorite. Be sure to try the Brunswick stew!
Enjoy breakfast at Goodwin Manor, a family-operated B&B.
Any good foodie knows their fused from their infused olive oil. At Plantation, you’ll sample more than 65 varieties of premium extra virgin olive oils, gourmet oils and aged balsamic vinegars from around the globe. Start off your day at Eighty8 Kitchen + Cocktails, which pays homage to its longstanding roots by offering traditional and comfortable Southern cuisine that feel and taste like home.
Chiminea Dining comes complete with a three-course meal and personal bonfire.
By now you’ve had a taste for the Lake Oconee life and it will be hard to leave so we’re sending you off right. Silver Moon is a local favorite for their raw oysters and shrimp bar on the weekends. Richard’s Wine carries an extensive inventory of distilled spirits and an array of custom-made gift baskets, so you can take the memories home.
Don't be fooled by the lack of signage - head in to Silver Moon and put your name on a chalkboard like a local!